Firestone Police Department

  • Agency: Firestone Police Department
  • Address: 151 Grant Ave, Firestone, 80520-0100 CO
  • Chief: David Montgomery (Chief of Police)
Phone: 303-833-0811
Fax: 303-531-6271

Firestone Police Department is located at 151 Grant Ave, Firestone, 80520-0100 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is David Montgomery. The Firestone Police Department phone number is 303-833-0811.

Firestone Police Department News

Happy Veteran's Day! The Firestone Police Department thanks you for your service and sacrifice.

The Firestone Town Hall and Firestone Police Department administrative office will be closed Friday, November 10th in observance of Veteran's Day. Patrol Officers will be on duty for their usual shifts and will be available through dispatch at 720 652 4222 or via 911.

Thank you everyone on the passage of 2A in the election yesterday! We are eternally grateful and you can look for us to break ground on the Police building in Spring/Summer 2018.

Reminder: Santa Cops Referral Forms along with all the attached verification paperwork is due on November 17th! If you have or know of a family in need, the forms can be found in the Town Hall Lobby. Due to time constraints late forms cannot be accepted so please turn them in right away. The Santa Cop Donation Box is in the Town Hall Lobby! New items only please! Toys for children of all ages especially older children and teens, clothing of all sizes especially older children and teens, school supplies, backpacks, games, books, coloring and art supplies, wrapping paper, and gift cards are all needed. If you are interested in sponsoring a family please contact CSO Michelle Powers at for more information.

Set your clocks back one hour Sunday, November 5th at 2am in order to return to standard time. While you're at it, its time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors.

Our partners at Longmont Humane Society are hosting a free spay day! Please contact them for more information.

Here is the Santa Run schedule from our friends at FFFD!

We hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween! As previously promised the Santa Cops Donation box has arrived at Firestone Town Hall. We accept ONLY new unused items, after all every kid deserves a new toy for Christmas. We accept: clothing, hats, gloves, and toys for children of all ages. Our special focus this year is on older kids and teens. For the older kids we are asking for school supplies, backpacks, art and craft supplies, new electronics (e readers or I pods), books and gift cards to clothing outlets and stores such as forever 21, Macy's, Best Buy, Dick's, Target, etc. A sharing tree with more specific needs will be in the lobby soon as well as at King Soopers. Families applying for the program must have their completed referral information turned into the Police Department by November 17! If you are interested in donating to the Firestone or Carbon Valley Santa Cops Program, would like to sponsor a family or have specific questions about the program you can call 303-833-0811 or 303-531-6269 or email

Everyone stay safe tonight. Officers will be out patrolling and they will have treats!

In light of USA Today ranking Firestone the number 1 place to trick or treat in Colorado, we would like for you to tell us which neighborhoods in Firestone are the best for trick or treat. Who has the best decorations, frights, and treats?

USA Today ranked Firestone the best place to Trick or Treat in Colorado. Rankings were based on children under the age of 10, average temperature and of course SAFETY! Please be safe driving tonight and watch out for all the little ones out for candy. Dress your children in bright clothes and have them carry glow sticks or flashlights to be seen.

We have a couple of lost items from Halloween Safe Night. If they are yours please call 303-531-6269, we will hold on to them for about one week.

Seeing their smiles, hearing their laughter and knowing that these little ones had a fun and safe night is priceless... thank you for coming out and spending time with the Firestone Police Department.

Thank you so much everyone for visiting with us tonight at our 18th Halloween Safe Night! We had a wonderful time and we hope you did as well. We would love for you to tag this in some of your pictures from tonight's event so we can see the event through your eyes.

Halloween safe night is underway until 8pm at the Firestone Regional Sports Complex!

Set up for Halloween Safe Night is underway at the Firestone sports complex for tonight's event. Also here is a sneak peak at some of the prizes that will be given away at the game stations! We hope to see you tonight at 5!

It's the final casting call for all ghosts, goblins, princesses, pirates and other assorted costumed characters! Tomorrow evening at the Firestone Regional Sports Complex from 5-8pm we will be rocking out with DJ Techjitsu and all of you at Halloween Safe Night. The forecast shows temperatures in the 40's with little to no wind. If the little ones get chilled the food truck will be selling hot cocoa and hot apple cider and you can warm up in our heated tent while visiting with the pirate captain and the little mermaid. There will be games and activities for kids of all ages! We hope to see you there!

Saturday, October 28th is National Prescription Drug Take-Back day and we will be taking back prescription drugs for Firestone residents. We will be at Town Hall from 10AM- 2PM. If you are unsure what medications can be taken to Town Hall please check out ** we do not take vitamins, antacids, workout pills, etc. also, no glass, epi-pens, mercury, or needles.

Bring the whole family out to this FREE event. Special guest appearances from Ronald McDonald, The Chik Fil A Cows, and from Wands and Wishes The Pirate Captain and The Little Mermaid (6pm). Inflatable bounce castles, obstacle courses, and laser tag arena. Games, games and more games, prizes, Ninja Course provided by Airborne Gymnastics, Trunk or Treat fun, Awesome music from DJ Techjitsu! Dinner can be purchased from our premier food truck The Slawpy Barn. Show off your costume and have good safe fun from 5pm to 8pm on Friday, October 27th at the Firestone Regional Sports Complex, 6850 Tilbury Avenue. Want to help us with the fun? Volunteers are still needed, visit to fill out a volunteer form or contact Angel at

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The Carbon Valley Santa Cops Program kicks off this week! We know, it's not even Halloween yet but in order for us to be able to provide for the number of children in need in our communities we have to get an early start. The Santa Cops Referral Forms will be delivered to local schools this week, so please look for them in your children's folder. If your family fits the income criteria please fill out the form completely, and include the required supporting paperwork. Incomplete forms or forms that do not have the required supporting paperwork will not be accepted into the program. Forms are due to be turned into the school or your local Police Department by November 17th. Due to scheduling the program runs early this year and forms must be submitted on time. If you know of a family in need and want refer them to the program, forms can be picked up at your local Police Department. We do take into consideration special circumstances. If you want to help the Santa Cops you can contact your local Police Department. We will have more information in November about how to sponsor a family, sharing tree locations, and specific gift needs. The Firestone Police Department will be placing a Santa Cops Donation Box in the lobby on November 1st.

This Week Remembering Richard E. Hart, Firestone Police Officer *** E.O.W. 10/18/1982.